A top of the line projector needs a top of the line projection screen to go with it. If your screen isn't very good then your images aren't going to look very good either, no matter how advanced your projector is. Screens come in various types, shapes, thickness and sizes and can be made of assorted materials. There are floor screens, wall screens, ceiling screens, table top screens, tripod screens, rear projection screens and fast fold, portable screens. Square screens and rectangular screens are the two most popular shapes. Most floor screens will come with a frame and legs, but you may need to buy the screen stand separately. Many models also come with carrying cases. Make sure your screen is big enough for your projector, but not too big. If your image only fills up half of a huge screen it looks unprofessional. Also make sure your screen is mounted properly and safely. Screens can range in price from about $50 to several thousand.